PR-149, Juana Díaz, 00795, Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico 149 Juana Díaz PR
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Puerto Rico Youth Challenge Academy
Puerto Rico Youth ChalleNGe Academy es un Programa ubicado en la Guardia Nacional Fuerte Allen de Juana Díaz que sirve a desertores de 16 a 18 años de edad.
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Juan Andres Agosto Conrad said 4 years ago
I'm a proud graduated cadet of PR Youth ChalleNGe Academy. I have been in JROTC before beginning the challenge and I have always been interested in joining the military. Right know I'm a disciplined and well trained cadet because of this academy. My best regards to all cadres, teachers and other personnel that helped us reach our graduation day. It's an honor to make part of the 16-01 class and the mighty TITANS platoon. Long live the TITANS!
Ricardo Medina Berrios said 6 years ago
Changed my life forever.
Denisse Nieves-Vega said 6 years ago
Tomas Maunez said 4 years ago
Alternativa educativa auspiciada por la Guardia Nacional de Puerto Rico para terminar escuela superior.
FREYSY DELA CRUZ said 4 years ago
Soy ex cadete de la clase 17-01 y fue la mejor decisión que eh tomado en mi vida la mejor academia causimilitar de todo Puerto Rico
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